Métadonnées de levé

Sol

Manitoba, North Dakota

2004

Étude pilote d’échantillonnage du sol, composant canadien, Manitoba et Dakota du Nord, 2004.





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Publications principals (voir ci-dessous pour une liste complète)

Index Publication
1 Smith, D.B., Cannon, W.F., Woodruff, L.G., Garrett, R.G., Klassen, R., Kilburn, J.E., Horton, J.D., King, H.D., Goldhaber, M.B., Morrison, J.M. (2005). Major- and trace-element concentrations in soils from two continental-scale transects of the United States and Canada. USGS Open-File Report 2005-1253. ( détails)

Description du levé


En 2004, une étude pilote comprenant un transect nord-sud d'échantillonnage du sol a été effectuée par la Commission géologique du Canada (CGC).  Le transect a étendu d’Opachaunau Lake au nord du Manitoba, au sud à travers la frontière américaine dans le Dakota du Nord.  Dans le cadre de l’étude pilote, la Commission géologique des États-Unis (USGS) a également échantillonné un transect nord-sud de Minnesota au sud au Mexique et un transect est-ouest à travers la partie centrale des É.-U.

Un total de 24 sites a été échantillonnés le long du transect de la CGC.  Sur chaque site les intervalles ou horizons suivants ont été recueillis : l’intervalle de 0-5 cm (pour la chimie et l’analyse des composés organiques), l’horizon O (si présent), l’horizon A et l’horizon C. Aucun l’horizon B a été recueilli sur les transects.

Les données sont publiées dans le rapport Open File Report 2005-1253 de la Commission géologique des États-Unis (USGS).

Histoire des publications

Index Publication
1 Smith, D.B., Cannon, W.F., Woodruff, L.G., Garrett, R.G., Klassen, R., Kilburn, J.E., Horton, J.D., King, H.D., Goldhaber, M.B., Morrison, J.M. (2005). Major- and trace-element concentrations in soils from two continental-scale transects of the United States and Canada. USGS Open-File Report 2005-1253. ( détails)
2 Kettles, I.M., Rencz, A.N., Friske, P.W.B.  (2008). The North American soil geochemical landscapes project – a Canadian perspective.  Explore Newsletter for the Association of Applied Geochemists, number 141, p. 12-22. ( détails)
3 Eberl, D.D., Smith, D.B. (2009). Mineralogy of soils from two continental-scale transects across the United States and Canada and its relation to soil geochemistry and climate. In Geochemical studies of North American soils: results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1394-1404. ( détails)
4 Garrett, R.G., (2009). Relative spatial soil geochemical variability along two transects across the United States and Canada. In Geochemical studies of North American soils: results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1405-1415. ( détails)
5 Garrett, R.G., Hall, G.E.M., Vaive, J.E., Pelchat, P. (2009). A water-leach procedure for estimating bioaccessibility of elements in soils from transects across the United States and Canada. In Geochemical studies of North American soils: results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1438-1453. ( détails)
6 Klassen, R.A. (2009). Geological controls on soil parent material geochemistry along a northern Manitoba–North Dakota transect. In Geochemical studies of North American soils: results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1382-1393. ( détails)
7 Morman, S.A., Plumlee, G.S., Smith, D.B. (2009). Application of in vitro extraction studies to evaluate element bioaccessibility in soils from a transect across the United States and Canada. In Geochemical studies of North American soils: results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1454-1463. ( détails)
8 Reeves, J.B., Smith, D.B. (2009). The potential of mid- and near-infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy for determining major- and trace-element concentrations in soils from a geochemical survey of North America. In Geochemical studies of North American soils: results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1472-1481. ( détails)
9 Smith, D.B. (2009). Geochemical studies of North American soils: Results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project ( preface). In Geochemical studies of North American soils: Results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1355-1356. ( détails)
10 Smith, D.B., Woodruff, L.G., O’Leary, R.M., Cannon, W.F., Garrett, R.G., Kilburn, J.E., Goldhaber, M.B. (2009). Pilot studies for the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project – Site selection, sampling protocols, analytical methods, and quality control protocols. In Geochemical studies of North American soils: results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1357-1368. ( détails)
11 Woodruff, L. G., Cannon, W.F., Eberl, D.D., Smith, D.B., Kilburn, J.E., Horton, J.D., Garrett, R.G., Klassen, R.A. (2009). Continental-scale patterns in soil geochemistry and mineralogy: results from two transects across the United States and Canada. In Geochemical studies of North American soils: Results from the pilot study phase of the North American Soil Geochemical Landscapes Project, D.B. Smith (ed.). Applied Geochemistry, Volume 24, Issue 8, p. 1369-1381. ( détails)
12 Drew, L.J., Grunsky, E.C., Sutphin, D.M., Woodruff, L.G. (2010). Multivariate analysis of the geochemistry and mineralogy of soils along two continental-scale transects in North America. Science of the Total Environment, v. 409, issue 1, p. 218-227. ( détails)
13 Grunsky, E.C., Woodruff, L.G., Friske, P.W.B., Drew, L.J., Sutphin, D.M. Geochemical variability of soils in the maritime provinces of Canada and the New England states of the United States. In National Environmental Monitoring Conference 2011, presentations, p. 1-25. ( détails)

Histoire de projet

Index Année Projet
1 2004-2013 Projet géochimique des pédopaysages de l'Amérique du nord, composant Canadien, 2004-2013. ( détails)

Zone géographique

Latitude Minimum Latitude Maximum Longitude Minimum Longitude Maximum
48.08° 56.75° -100.06° -97.82°

L'étendue géographique du levé est définie par les polygones suivants:

  • Couvre une bande nord-sud du Manitoba d’aussi loin au nord qu’Opachaunau Lake, au sud à travers la frontière américaine, dans le Dakota du Nord.  Il s’étend à environ aussi loin au sud que 48° de latitude.  Dans la partie centrale du Manitoba, la zone d’étude se trouve à l’est du lac Manitoba et à l’ouest du lac Winnipeg.

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